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to celebrate recovery. (applause) texas recovers is puttin' on this event called the big texas rally for recovery. big texas rally for recovery. wow. this is huge, because texas, of course now, is a part of promoting recovery at a statewide level. we've got people from across the state showing up to present a positive face and voice of recovery. we want you to know that recovery is possible. say it loud, say it proud, "i am in recovery!" (crowd: i am in recovery!) it's so important that this event takes place, especially in texas. for so long, people in recovery have been hidden in church basements, and they've kept their anonymity, and everybody needs to know that people do recover and live successful, productive, wonderful lives. and this is one way we can make the public aware that recovery is real, and recovery is rewarding, and recovery restores health and families. the reality of recovery is a whole, healthy community. so everybody benefits. we've got to thank everybody. it's a party out here. and that's the name of the theme for recovery month this year, is that everyone benef
of the forum. coming up rick perry and michele bachmann and texas cram cramm ron paul and mitt romney. stay with us. ♪ >> mike: welcome back to huckabee and our special republican presidential forum. joining us is texas governor rick perry and the first question from ken cuccinelli. >> good to see you. >> yes, sir. >> you said if elected you would issue a executive order to bloke the health care law. >> absolutely executive order and in those agencies there i a substantial amount of that bill that allowed for the agencies to put the rules in place. i am going to put people in as head of health and human services that share my philosophy that medicare, for instance needs to go back to the states and lord willing we'll get rid of that with a supreme court rulog the - ruling on the constitutionality. and thank you for being great attorney generals from that standard. >> it sounds like you are ready to use an executive order to void the law. >> absolutely. i think. >> what is your authority for that? >> suit executive order gives you that authority and also as i said earlier, having men and w
. >>> we will also see the congresswoman at the end of the forum for her final minute. coming up, texas congressman ron paul and former massachusetts governor mitt romney as we continue our very unique forum with the presidential candidates. we will be right back. >>> this is a special republican presidential forum. joining us now is congressman ron paul from texas. nice to have you. >> good to be here. >> congressman, you advocate for pure constitutionalism. given that filter, what do you think are the primary domestic responsibilities of the federal government. >> domestic responsibilities? >> protecting the borders. providing a sound economy -- a sound currency. that's in the constitution very clearly. it is a major issue. really enforcing the bill of rights. they are very specific, and that is property rights as well as freedom of speech and all of those other things. those would be the major issues. the constitution overall would be a major issue as well. >> congressman, good evening to you. in 1995, we lost 168 oklahoma anes in a domestic terrorist attack. melissa houston, my secr
of the bill the construction of a pipeline from canada to texas. fox's steve santani explains what's on the line. reporter: congress' time is run being out, but the two sides -- running out, but the two sides have very different ideas how to go forward. republicans want to tie extension of the tax cut to the keystone pipeline from canada to texas. republicans say it will be a big boost for the economy and construction needs to go forward. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell may use that pipeline as a bargaining chip. >> we have the keystone pipeline in there. it's a shovel ready project, the biggest and most important ready to go project in america, wouldn't course the government a penny, not one. three years of environmental studies have already been done. the secretary of state was ready to stein off on it. the president -- to sign off on. it the president pulled it to the white house and delayed it for a year. reporter: president obama threatened to veto the tax cut extension if the keystone pipeline is tied in with it and the dispute continues for how to pay for the payr
one on one series with the governor of texas. then where is the christmas spirit on capitol hill? with the tax hike hanging in the balance, what will congress do? we'll get the latest on where negotiations stand from senate republican leader mitch mcconnell. plus, top republican candidates go negative on newt gingrich. we will ask our sunday panel if the frontrunner can weather the political storm. and our power player of the week helps wounded warriors get home for christmas. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: hello again from fox news in washington. with just over three weeks until the iowa caucuses the republican candidates for president came out swinging last night at a debate in des moines. steve brown watched the action to see who scored and who missed. steve? >> reporter: chris, there were plenty of attempts to knock down newt gingrich the frontrunner a peg or two but the efforts came up short. >> we could start with his idea to have a lunar colony that would mine minerals from the moon. i'm not in favor of spending that kind of money to do that. eeoc said that
. we continue our 2012 one on one series with the governor of texas. then where is the christmas spirit on capitol hill? with the tax hike hanging in the balance, what will congress do? we'll get the latest on where negotiations stand from senate republican leader mitch mcconnell. plus, top republican candidates go negative on newt gingrich. we will ask our sunday panel if the frontrunner can weather the political storm. and our power player of the week helps wounded warriors get home for christmas. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: hello again from fox news in washington. with just over three weeks until the iowa caucuses the republican candidates for president came out swinging last night at a debate in des moines. steve brown watched the action to see who scored and who missed. steve? >> reporter: chris, there were plenty of attempts to knock down newt gingrich the frontrunner a peg or two but the efforts came up short. >> we could start with his idea to have a lunar colony that would mine minerals from the moon. i'm not in favor of spending that kind of money to do that.
diego to phoenix and albuquerque. downpours across texas. freezing rain in the twin cities. madison, and the upper peninsula of michigan. >> 40s from boston to atlanta. a beautiful 8 is in miami. 64 in new orleans. a foggy 39 in seattle and 27 in billings. >>> this is a crucial week in the penn state sex scandal. now developments about a key witness in the case. >>> with all that hang over him like a black cloud, former head coach joe paterno faces a health scare over the weekend. >>> and man's cell phone with shocking video. who is accused of pulling the >>> welcome back, everybody. there are questions this morning about whether the euro euphoria will continue. markets were up on friday. many problems still remain. analysts say it may be just matter of time before investors realize that. >>> we're starting to see some of that on the overseas market this morning. tokyo's nikkei average rose 117 points today. hong kong's hang seng fell 11 points. in london, the ftse opened higher but then turned lower. on wall street, the dow gained 165 points. the nasdaq picked up 20 points. >>> tod
pardoned. the excused him. after being nominated for the nobel prize. he left los angeles, was in texas. he went along with a drug deal. it went bad. somebody got shot. he was locked up for 18 years of his life and was on death row until 2005 when the supreme court decided you could not execute minors. you cannot even be part of the european union if you have capital punishment. and we are still killing kids in this country. this blew my mind. ia read -- i read his poetry and store it and i shared his story alongside mine. i knew that it would do more than if i just talked about my own personal experience. that story, we started working on it -- we have been rented for seven years. we did the show in houston, his family came out. people came up after the show and said, 31 years i have been locked up. i have never felt more like a thief because i got this show for free. during the thanksgiving holiday, -- we have been doing the show for a full year now. we went to singapore, the netherlands, belgium a federal court judge then announced that mr. william should be released from prison. [applau
on the life and times of texas gov. ann richards. >> a new way to get mentally prepared for traffic on 95. will it help with the commute? th >>> eight tv actress is making a splash on stage in washington combining politics and personality. >> she talks about her new role and spending time in the capital. >> i have been a fan of hers for a long time. tv people know her from "the practice." she opens her one-woman show at the region this weekend, a tribute to the late texas gov. ann richards. ann richards ruled taxes before george bush and rick perry. her death in 2006 saddened the actress who vowed to capture her personality on stage. >> after all ginger rogers did everything fred astaire did. she just did it backwards and in high heels. [applause] >> and richard'1988 speech helped her become governor. texas turned from blue to red. she lost reelection to george bush in 1994. >> it is about the persona and the impact of who she was. at the movies, "new year's eve" won the weekend. i am very much looking forward to seeing the play. there is a lot going on in our town. i think she is the per
.d. anderson cancer center, which grew into the texas medical center in houston, texas. and one of the largest medical complexes in the world. i believe this legislation is appropriate in honoring m.d. anderson and his enduring legacy in his hometown as a successful american businessman and, more importantly, his crppings contributions to vital -- his contributions to vital medical research and philanthropy. the subcommittee worked closely with the bill to sponsor -- with the bill sponsor to make improvements to the legislation which are reflected in the amendments to the bill. the amendments ensure the legislation is in line with the commemorative works act by requiring the design of the statue be approved by the general services administration prior to its installation. i support passage of this legislation as amended and urge my colleagues to do the same. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from tennessee is recognized. >> thank you, sir. i yield myself three minutes or as much time as i consume, which ever
also are fortunate to have another former house member to move my colleague, charlie stenholm of texas was probably had more than a passing interest on the subject. and i'm sure he will help as we start this discussion. let's go to john who's moderating it today. john, the floor is yours. >> i'm going to say a few things now but i'm going to turn to david and aaron for more substantive remarks and there was a something in the end as well. what we are hoping to do today is really just look at where we are in redistricting. a process we do every 10 years. we are not done yet. we are certainly well along the way, but a number of states are done, some are not quite yet even released their plans, and many are under challenge or there's some question as to what the final plan will look like. what we would like to do is get a sense of how it's going to benefit republicans and democrats, where the seats have moved, where the mighty competitive seats or not, what is income and protection, a question of creating majority minority districts. where the whole set of issues we want to get a landscap
to dallas, texas. what does that mean for the kardashian empire. they have all of these, television shows, and these reality shows. now she is going to move. apparently they were just about to undergo ivf treatments they want to start a family. i think out of the three sisters, this is the sister that seems to be most real about her relationship with her husband. she loves him. >> see if they can survive a trip down south to the great state of texas. people saying oprah winfrey's crown is slipping a little bit. one of the show she produces, nate berkus, oprah spin-off. got the ax. last episode in may. we know her network is having trouble ratingswise. some things here. people are wondering is oprah losing her touch. she still has dr. phil, dr. oz, blockbuster ratings and money. we will see. nate is out of there. >> he is a wonderful guy. i have win a guest. he is going to be just fine. he is a designer. desoon coign company. lindsay lohan. on vacation in hawaii. she loses her $5,000, chanel. in her purse, passport, $10,000 in cash. probation paperwork. she has the it back. but $10,000 is
show he is out of touch with the average american. >> he had mad a bet with texas governor rick perry -- he made a bet with texas governor rick perry. >> i tell you what. ten thousand bucks? >> ten thousand dollar bet? >> democrats and republican rivals have latched onto the exchange. sunday, romney shrugged it off saying he is not a good gambler. >>> manuel noriega returned to manama more than 20 years after he was forced from power by the united states. we are back with that in a moment. ment.  get the technology they love, on the network they deserve. like the powerful droid charge by samsung, or get the samsung stratosphere, and for a limited time, get twice the data for the same low price. verizon. makes it easy for anne to view her finances from anywhere. like gate d12 for the next three hours. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. [ beep ] hi. dave here. [ male announcer ] for dave, using citibank's online bill pay is as easy as setting up voicemail. hi, it's dave. [ male announcer ] actually, it's easier. hi, it's dave. i'm out of the offic
in the southern california mountains, southern rockies and much needed rain across south texas. showers in florida and georgia. freezing rain from minneapolis to the upper peninsula of michigan. >> 38, detroit. 41, omaha. 51, dallas. warm 81, miami. 40s from atlanta to boston. cool 60 in phoenix. sacramento, 55. >>> this next story is a little crazy. we have all seen how far some charities will stoop using silly stunts to raise money. >> that's right. this is no stunt. this is a cat with 26 toes, eight more than normal. an animal shelter is banking on the freaky feline, daniel, to to help raise funds so it can relocate. >> the shelter's owners learned the rent would be double coming january 1. now they're asking for donations of $26, yeah, that's one for each of daniel's toes, to help with the move. so far they have raised $50,000 cute cat. 26 toes. i mean, you are a pet person. would you, mind that? >> i wouldn't mind it. i wouldn't mind it. i had a cat for 19 years, cleo. didn't have 26 toes. she was spoiled. >> i believe it. i have no trouble believing that. >> very spoiled. >> we'll be back wi
in west texas allowing people to scam their documents. they are still border pat controlling and kiosks will prevent border crossings. >>> mitt romney shows he is out of touch during the gop debate over the weekend. he drove a very expensive bet. >> you said that before, it was true then, and it is true now. rick, i will tell you what, $10,000 bet? >> i am not in the betting business. >> perry says that kind of money represents pocket change for romney. >> i am pretty sure i didn't drive by a house that anybody in iowa would think that a $10,000 bet was possible. a little out of touch with the normal iowa citizen. >> now romney says after the debate his wife came to him and said he does a lot of things well, but betting is not one of them. >>> we will begin targeting president barack obama for his support of the free based company solyndra. solyndra's $528 million loan and the loan afterwards shows what is wrong with government. they want to wipe out clean energy to keep americans dependant on forel fuel -- fossil fuel. >>> now president obama and newer al -- all faleh hassan almaleki h
.a. and san diego to phoenix and albuquerque. downpours across texas. they need the rain. showers from florida into savannah, georgia. freezing rain in the twin cities. madison, and the upper peninsula of michigan. >> 38 in detroit. 44 in chicago. 40s from boston to atlanta. a beautiful 81 in miami. 64 in new orleans. a foggy 39 in seattle and 27 in billings. >>> well, as we said, this is a crucial week in the penn state sex scandal. new developments about a key witness in the case. >>> with all that hang over him like a black cloud, former head coach joe paterno faces a health scare over the weekend. >>> and the shocking video. man's phone records him being shot. made more shocking by who is accused of actually pulling the trigger. accused of pulling the >>> welcome back, everybody. there are questions this morning about whether the euro euphoria will actually continue. markets were up on friday. after the historic agreement for deeper economic integration in europe. many problems still remain. analysts say it may be just matter of time before investors realize that. >>> we're starting to see
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: motion is entered. the senator from texas. there will be order. mrs. hutchison: mr. president, i come to the floor today to discuss and pass the risk-based security screening for members of the armed forces act. how many times have you been at an airport screening line, you're getting ready to go through the machines that are going to determine that you're safe to travel, and standing right there in the line is a man or woman in their military fighting gear, their camouflage and their combat boots, and they're having to take off their combat boots, many times in their two-week r & r period between their stints in afghanistan or iraq, and you think, oh, my gosh, i mean, that is just unbelievable that our military people who are putting their lives on the line, who are sacrificing so much are having to go through a procedure that just doesn't have a commonsense feel about it? so, last week senator rockefeller, senator burr, and i introduced senate bill 1954, the risk-based security screening for members of the armed forces act. the bill was a modification of the house companion bill tha
been good for democrats in states like texas where a continuing court battle drew the map for 2012 and in colorado where the court drew the map at the legislature deadlocked and could not come to an agreement, arizona were they have a commission or the republicans are fighting tooth and nail to get their proposal overturned and california where they have a new citizens predicted -- redistricting commission which through the whole matter into disarray and roy blunt and, as together and has created acsitue a situation. i think democrats will be able to win six, seven, eight congressional seats in the 2012 election and that is 1/3 of the way they need to get in order to retake the majority. the other part of this is that republicans insist they have done a good job of assuring that their members. in states like pennsylvania and ohio, this will be by a couple of points. it will not be a situation where the district is now in a play for democrats but the members become safer. you can ask either side was winning and they have a good argument to say why they are winning. i think david mak
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.s. treasury bonds, and also west texas intermediate crude oil prices, benchmark wti up 1.5%. still, the focus this week may shift to key events in the u.s. and japan. in the u.s., we have the federal reserve having its policy meeting on tuesday, and really having a look at some of the recent economic data out of the u.s. it has shown an improvement across a lot of sectors, jobs, housing, and manufacturing, to name a few. so the focus is really on the language or words that the federal reserve uses at the end of its policy meeting. in japan, we have an important quarterly economic data. quarterly japan business survey for large and small manufacturers, and nine months after the march 11th disaster, a lot of focus will be on how japan's economy has been going through this period, where there's regional economies like fukushima that have been devastated both from the farming and fishing products, and also across a lot of different regions in the auto industry. we will see a lot of information from that thursday. that's going to be a crucial bit of data for japan. ai? >> all eyes on that. ramin,
in texas are among the last to return home from iraq. the families of the returning soldiers are waiting anxiously, just a few kilometers away. amongst them, lori henley and her children. >> we are so excited. it has been a long year. there's nothing as exciting as knowing that they are coming home to stay this time. ♪ >> it has been 10 long months since sergeant troy saw his wife and children. >> feels good to be back home. no complaints. ready to get home, now. >> president barack obama promise to put an end to the iraq war as soon as possible as part of his campaign. >> today, i can report that as promised, the rest of our troops in iraq will come home by the end of the year. after nearly nine years, america pause war in iraq will be over. >> nearly 4000 u.s. troops lost their lives in the war. the campaign cost washington more than $1 trillion. no weapons of mass destruction were found in the country. the united states public's opinion of the war in iraq has changed significantly. >> polls show that the average american, across the board, more than two-thirds now believe it was a m
, at least. >> right. we're going to move on. >>> this comes to us from lubbock, texas, where in nearby new deal one family is showing their joy for the holiday by transforming their home into one giant christmas spectacle. take a step inside the home and you're bound to see a symbol of christmas at every turn. and that's because they have filled it with over 200 christmas trees. each tree with its unique theme has become a costly holiday tradition, but one they have kept alive for over a quarter century. that is a lot of work, i'm telling you. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning. it is a chilly, a frosty start on this monday morning. it is in the 20's and some ns in the northern suburbs. a mixture of sun and clouds. a few clouds coming into this afternoon. highs in the mid 40's this afternoon. now to the news desk. >> thank you. 24 degrees on tv hill. two police-involved shootings. >> a man is behind bars, charged with robbing several
the quake. >> the u.s. is proposing its first unmanned border crossing with mexico in east texas. the border kiosk would be located at a port of entry in big bend national park and would allow people scan their identity documents and talk to a customs officer in another location. federal officials say it would be a security upgrade, noting it's currently easy to wade across the shallow rio grande undetected. >> a lawsuit over the movie "avatar". the former employee who claims james cameron extol -- stole his used for the movie. >> leigh glaser has the forecast after we come back. >> mike: you can't relax just because you secured a playoff spovment just ask the 49ers. while aaron rodgers padded his stats, there were two ugly ababak >> a disgrunt telled former employee wants to depose the king of the world. james cameron is being sued over his film "avatar". the man says he pitched a film to cameron in 1999 but was turned down. rogers says his movie was a science fiction story that was a environmentally themed three-debris -- 3-d epic. >> lowe's pulled advertising from tlc's american muslim af
qualification in a remote part in texas in big ben national park. it would allow people to scan identity documents documents ana customers officer in another location 100 miles away. it would be a security upgrade. noting that it's currently easy to wade across the shallow rio grande undetected. >> hundreds of volunteered gathered in san jose to help fight aides in east africa. world vision will distribute 1,000 kits to caregivers who go from hut to hut carrying for people with aids. they contain items like petroleum jelly, wash cloths, cotton balls and a hand written note of encouragement. >> our church is fulfilling our mission to make a difference in the world, and we teamed up with world vision and are sending aide caregiver kits to africa to be used to care for people in the last stages of life dying of aides. >> 14 million africa children have lost one or both parents to h.i.v. a.i.d.s. mostly due to a look of antiviral drugs. you can sponsor a kit for 79.95. >> the holiday shipping season gets underway in earnest tomorrow. fedex is preparing for the busiest day in the company's hi
. >>> this comes to us from lubbock, texas, where in nearby new deal one family is showing their joy for the holiday by transforming their home into one giant spectacle. take a step inside the home and you're bound to see a symbol of christmas at every turn. and that's because they have filled it with over 200 christmas trees. yes. each tree with its unique theme has become a costly holiday traditi tradition, but one they have kept alive for over a quarter century. definitely costly. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. we could never all agree on what kind of pizza to get. someone would always have to settle. but now that all of our favorite pizzas from pizza hut are just ten dollars each, everyone can get exactly what they want. any pizza, any size, any crust, any toppings. pepperoni lover's. veggie lovers. ten bucks! for the first time in my life, i don't have to settle. you're just talking about pizza though, right? yep. [ male announcer ] right now, any pizza is just ten bucks when you carryout. any pi
for the united states of america. rick santorum of pennsylvania. gov. rick perry of texas. mitt romney of massachusetts. newt gingrich of georgia, ron paul, and congresswoman michelle bauchman. thank you all. before we begin, george and i have been talking -- we have been talking to many of you about what it takes to run the presidency in this country. we are talking about the physical stamina and the road that he traveled, the
people. i have a record of doing that as the governor of the state of texas. we treated over 1 million jobs as america lost over 2 million jobs. i want to talk about one other issue. the congressman spoke about this, i can diagram the problems we have in america today. the direct line between washington dc and wall street. the idea of the troubled asset relief program, $7.70 trillion we did not know is being put into these banks. this is what america is upset about. it will take an outsider to put our and the model of taxes and regulation, to balance the budget with 18% of gdp. an outsider like rick perry is going to do this. >> michelle bodman? >> one of our former competitors reminded us of 9 9 9. i'd like the win, win, win plan. i am of former federal tax lawyer. we will create millions of dollars if we abolish the tax code. there is the pro-growth policy, not just by lowering the rates of businesses but individuals as well. making this apply the same to all americans. something else i want to do with my tax code policy is make certain that everyone pays something. 40% pay nothing i
in texas to review some of the cases that were -- i guess, tried, and some of the evidence was not valid. looking through investigating some of those cases to find out if they should be released because of the false information that was acquired. >> the attorney who has been the lead on the team that i have been in communication with is a guy by the name of morris moon, and he would be the person i could ask to find out the answer. there is actually a be a working on that, but i know there have been so many cases -- there is actually a d.a. working on that, but i know there have been so many cases that have been exposed, especially with dna testing. it is almost like every other week. there does need to be somebody looking into it from that angle. of the top of my head, i do not know, but i could definitely get that information. >> how can we make it not just black history day, not just black history month, but every day be black history and honor that? thank you. and how do we really teach our children, our students really not what the media portrays, not what -- but really, what happen
. there is historical data, it generally for the last five years or more, presented in tables and also in texas. and a discussion of your capital program. what are the sfmta needs, especially someone project, and the debt. the official statement is a comprehensive story of the sfmta for investors, but you will note it is focused a little bit more or a little bit heavily on the risks flood. bondholders ask the question, what could go wrong, and if that goes wrong, where would that lead us? and those are questions that we need to address as part of your offering document. the offering document also has information on the bond ratings, assisting in the financing. we will have the financial statements, some general city operations, and it will also describe the undertakings that the sfmta makes to provide ongoing disclosure to the public markets about the sfmta. so many close with the take away, which is what u.s. commissioners should be doing with the preliminary official statement in your packet. first of all, you should review the draft. you should look at it, and if you have concerns about eith
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, mountains around l.a. and rain, south texas and southeast florida. freezing drizzle from minnesota to michigan. >> 30s in the twin cities. 20s, fargo. 40s, chicago, east coast. and 64, new orleans. 30s from seattle to salt lake city. >> 'tis the season to be sure. and wherever you've might be if it is the weekend then it is santa's swarming the streets. >> this time a charity race in paris. thousands of santa wannabes, clad in well, padded suits make a mad dash. joined by a few christmas trees and packages. >> the g-rated event, attracted hundreds of families. unlike an event in new york, santacon, costumes santas on a pub crawl. a lot walking around new york. santa was feeling no pain. >> i saw ate few myself. yes. >> 'tis the season. more "world news now" coming up after the break. ♪ here comes santa claus here comes santa claus right down santa claus plain ♪ i'm just a piece of dirt stuck here in a rut. ever since that ol' broom dumped me here... oh, oh. oooh! will love ever come my way? oh my! ♪ i believe in miracles [ male announcer ] swiffer attracts dirt. swiffer sweep
america, i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody, thank you so much. nation, today is a sad day for america's tomorrow. because the day before yesterday, herman cain suspended his campaign. that is a shame. he touched so many people. (laughter) folks, this comes after scurrilous allegations of a 13-year long affair with an atlanta businesswoman named ginger white. last month when cain was accused of sexual harassment, she surged in the polls and raked in the cash but his campaign simply could not survive allegations of a consensual relationship. of course ever the statesman, cain left us with a reminder of his trademark el consequence. >> let me leave with you this. and i believe these words came from the pokemon movie. life can be a challenge. life can seem impossible.
is actually dipping to the south just over texas. this entire region is being affected by that cooler pool of air, but the ridge of high pressure keeping us clear here on the east coast. so we're not seeing anything in terms of clouds or precipitation. the december chill definitely settling in tonight with our temperatures into the 20s and cooler in some of our areas in the burbs and to the east as well we're seeing that. the ridge of high pressure definitely in place, chilly conditions will continue. another day tomorrow where there's no shortage of sunshine. our high will be about 46 degrees. so we just climb a little bit, 30 degrees for the overnight low. that's going to continue until we hit our way through until the later part of the week when we have a system that will probably bring us a chance of showers by thursday. in the meantime for tomorrow sunshine, 43 degrees by midday and 41 by the time we hit the evening rush hour. clear night tonight, cold, 27, a lot easterly wind flow. tomorrow we're talking a high of 46 degrees, dry conditions and chilly in. that five-day forecasts a me
would suggest that's even stronger than a handshake in texas. >> do you think a candidate with breaks his marital vows is more likely to break faith with the voters? >> i think the voters are wise enough to figure that one out. i've always been of the opinion that if you cheat on your wife, you'll cheat on your business partner. so i think that issue of fidelity is important. it's a characteristic of which people look at individuals, whether it's in their business lives or personal lives or whether it's picking someone to serve in public office for them. individuals who have been in fidelity with their spouse, i think that sends a powerful message. if you will cheat on your wife or your spouse why wouldn't you cheat on your business partner or why wouldn't you cheat on anybody. >> senator santorum, you were on "this week" last sunday and you summed up your position as character counts. is this your position as well? >> character issues do count. all of your record, personal as well as political record, is there for the public to look at esm i would not say it's a disqualifier, i would
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. >> woodruff: texas congressman ron paul charged gingrich with repeatedly shifting his views on key issues. >> you have admitted many of the positions where you have changed positions. but, you know, if you were looking for a consistent position, you know, i think there'd be a little bit of trouble, anybody competing with me on consistency over a long period of time. ( cheers and applause ) >> woodruff: texas governor rick perry, meanwhile, hammered romney over the health care law he signed as governor of massachusetts. >> i read your first book and it said in there that your mandate in massachusetts should be the model for the country. and i know it came out of the reprint of the book, but you know, i'm just saying you're for individual mandates, my friend. >> you know what? you've raised that before, rick, and you're still wrong. >> it was true then. >> no, no. >> and it's true now. ( laughter ) >> rick, i'll tell you what: 10,000 bucks-- ( applause ) $10,000 bet? >> i'm not in the betting business, but i'll give you the... >> oh, okay, okay. >> woodruff: the debate participants were als
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